MEM:REC:CONF

Sets whether to confirm the current and the voltage settings stored in the preset memory when recalling the memory via front panel.

By factory default, the PMX is set to display the current and the voltage settings when you recall the memory via front panel. In this case, if you attempt to recall the memory by pressing A, B, or C key while holding down SHIFT key, the current and the voltage will be displayed for your confirmation. To confirm the memory recall operation, press SET key. To cancel the memory recall operation, press LOCAL key.


When you recall the memory by sending either MEM:REC command, however, the settings stored in the memory will be immediately recalled.

Command

MEMory:RECall:CONFirmation[STATe] {ON|OFF|1|0}

MEMory:RECall:CONFirmation[STATe]?

Parameter

Value ON (1) Confirms the settings (factory default)
OFF (0) Do not confirm the settings

For the setting that is applied when *RST is sent, see this table.

Response

Returns whether to confirm the current and the voltage settings stored in the memory when recalling the memory via front panel in NR1 format in response to MEM:REC:CONF?.